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10th February 2006 at 00:00
Television presenter and architect Maxwell Hutchinson has been hired to convert Christopher Wren's unused St Nicholas Cole Abbey, near St Paul's in London, into a national centre for religious education.

The Culham institute, the Church of England educational body, behind the plan, says it needs to raise pound;4million in the next 12 months to fund the project.

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